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Integrating nanopore sensors within microfluidic channel arrays using controlled breakdown

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Nanopore arrays are fabricated by controlled dielectric breakdown (CBD) in solid-state membranes integrated within polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) microfluidic devices. This technique enables the scalable production of independently addressable nanopores. By confining the electric field within the microfluidic architecture, nanopore fabrication is precisely localized and electrical noise is significantly reduced. Both DNA and protein molecules are detected to validate the performance of this sensing platform.

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Submitted
19 Nov 2014
Accepted
19 Jan 2015
First published
19 Jan 2015

This article is Open Access

Lab Chip, 2015,15, 1407-1411
Article type
Technical Innovation
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Integrating nanopore sensors within microfluidic channel arrays using controlled breakdown

R. Tahvildari, E. Beamish, V. Tabard-Cossa and M. Godin, Lab Chip, 2015, 15, 1407
DOI: 10.1039/C4LC01366B

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